Super Tiger (oz5620)
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Super Tiger. Radio control sport biplane model.
Quote: "Hello Steve, today I would like to send you another plan, Super Tiger from WIK. When I was new to the hobby 25 years ago, a club member donated me a nicely build Super Tiger which I powered with a .91 4-Stroke. Fortunately I didn't damage the plane to much with my basic flying skills at that time, so it is still waiting in the attic. Maybe this plane is why I still like biplanes more than others. The mate already passed away but I still remember his huge TC Tiger Moth which was a pleasure to watch floating around. I don't have a picture, maybe somebody else can help. Cheers,"
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Update 26/08/2019: Added kit review from R/C Model World, October 1985, thanks to RFJ.
Update 11/05/2020: Added instructions (in German) thanks to Dries.
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User commentsHello, The Formers not complete the Fuselage Top is a ABS Part. Greetings,
Bernd - 06/06/2014
Ok, thanks. Have set this listing to 'formers incomplete' now. Anyone using this plan to build a model will need to somehow fashion both the fuselage top and the cowling from scratch.
SteveWMD - 06/06/2014
I am a RC modeller for more than 40 years. When I browsed your webpage, I felt being back in the '70s and I said to myself "let's contribute with some photographs" from the early years [pic 003, also more pics elsewhere on OZ]. So many memories from my juvenile RC model flying attempts came back into my mind - that was great! Very warm regards from Germany.
OlafP - 15/02/2018
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